@joekamprad said in Switch to Non-Graphical GRUB:
@mirco said in Switch to Non-Graphical GRUB:
non-graphical grub-menu vs. For Non-Graphical Boot
Non-Graphical Boot will boot into CLI without starting graphical environment.
Of course. D’oh! haha Thanks for the clarification. * smile *
To get a textbased grub menu you need only to disable theming inside /etc/default/grub
(comment and uncomment with # )
$ sudo nano /etc/default/grub
I found that, but what about this? (also in the in the
# Uncomment to disable graphical terminal
then write the grub.cfg with:
$ sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
It worked. GRUB was text-based. Nice. BUT, it rendered my box unable to boot! After grub did it’s thing, I was thrown to an emergency console. 'Tried to fix grub with an antergos live stick, but since my knowledge is limited and my time yesterday also was, I ended up re-installing Antergos. That was not so pleasant.
Antergos with an XFCE, Core2Duo CPU E8200 and 3GB RAM in a Lenovo A57 box from 2009, nVidia GeForce GT 710 1GB, SSD 120GB